Disney Cruise Lines ships are huge. Each ship is designed with the guest in mind and offer many different types of rooms. One category is the Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom.
The Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom is unique in so many ways. Each stateroom has roughly 246 to 299 square feet of space. Each room can sleep from 3 to 5 people.
One of the special features onboard all Disney Cruise Line ships is a split bathroom. Most staterooms have one room with a toilet and sink and another room with a shower/tub and sink. This arrangement allows for more than one guest to get ready at a same time. Disney also includes a tub, which makes bath-time much more convenient for small children.
Disney also maximizes your storage space. For example – on many ships you can stash suitcases underneath your bed and store items in a small trunk. Plenty of closet space and drawers means you don’t have to live out of a bag.
This is a Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah. It sleeps up to 5 guests with a queen-sized bed, a sofa that converts into a single bed, a pull-down single bunk and a Murphy single bed. Your stateroom host will prepare the beds each night and put them away in the morning.
But the one feature that almost all guests look forward to is the verandah. Imagine enjoying a private breakfast or an evening snack with a view like this. Most verandahs come with two chairs and a small table.
Points to keep in mind:
• Standard 110-volt electricity is supplied in U.S. style outlets.
• However, the number of outlets is limited so bring extra extension cords.
• Irons are available in the laundry room on the ship. Irons are not allowed in the stateroom, for safety reasons, and they will be confiscated if found in your luggage.
• Hair dryers are also available in every stateroom.
Keep in mind that each stateroom’s features and layout can vary based on specific category type, location and ship. Please check with your Disney vacation planner for specific details.